The company expects to take on and train 170 graduates and apprentices, as part of its recruitment intake in the next 12 months.
People will work in a range of cyber security and related support service roles.
"A number of high-profile security and data breaches have dominated the headlines in recent months, and this has led to a surge in interest from both consumers and IT departments wanting to know how best they can protect themselves in the digital world," said Mark Hughes, President of BT Security.
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